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The Genesis of the Naval Profession
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Franklin: Tragic Hero of Polar Navigation
In 1845 Captain Sir John Franklin led a large, well equipped expedition to complete the conquest of the Canadian Arctic, to find the fabled North West Passage connecting the North Atlantic to theExpand
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The Crimean War: A History
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Steam, Steel & Shellfire: The Steam Warship 1815-1905
Of all the major navies of the 19th century, that of the Ottoman Empire is least known. Modern Turkish archives preserve a quantity of material upon which the authors have drawn. This illustratedExpand
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Ships of the East India Company
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Ocean science and the British cold war state
the history of intelligence reform and restructuring in the United States, that Congress generally defers to the executive wing. One of the most important findings is that consensus defines whoExpand
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The war correspondents : the Crimean war
Departure Varna the Battle of Alma the siege, Balaklava and Inkerman the winter arrives recovery and the resumption of the seige the Kertch expeditions the Tchernaya and the fall of SevastopolExpand
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